London (ANI): Jade Goody's husband will pay a personal tribute to his late wife with a touching ode at her funeral on April 4. According to reports, Jack Tweed referred to several funeral poems before penning the grief at the loss of his better half in his own verse.
One of his friends has revealed that the 21-year-old, who lost his wife to cervical cancer on March 22, wanted his poem 'If Only" to mirror what he and Goody"s fans felt. “It will be a complete tear-jerker and there won"t be a dry eye in the church," the Sun quoted the pal as saying. “Jack knows thousands of people have been affected by Jade"s death and he wants his words to reflect that," the pal added.
A line in the ode reportedly reads: “If only tears could build a stairway and heartaches make a lane we would walk the path to heaven and bring you back again." However, according to the late star"s friends, her family"s favourite stanza said: “God broke our hearts to prove he only takes the best."
The funeral will be held at St John The Baptist Church in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, and guests expected to attend the service include Sugababes and Kerry Katona.